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Pico-projectors: Lemoptix enters the picture

Posted: 17 Sep 2014 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:pico-projector? optical engine? Lemoptix?

Lemoptix augmented reality smart glasses were developed in collaboration with the Swiss start-up Composyt Light Labs and include a patented holographic combiner that allows images to be projected directly on to the eye's retina. The glasses themselves, when brought to market, will use retinal projectors so small that they will look like normal eyeglasses, rather than the oddball look of Google Glass.

MEMS micro-mirror

The Lemoptix MEMS micro-mirror scans a display as a projector or scans a 3D object for measurements. Source: Lemoptix

MEMS micro-mirror

The Lemoptix MEMS micro-mirror rotates on two axes for raster scanning of a display or 3D object. Source: Lemoptix

MEMS micro-mirror

When combined with an optical engine containing red, green, and blue lasers, the Lemoptix MEMS micro-mirror deflects each colour to the right pixel on the screen. Source: Lemoptix

Lemoptix smartglasses

Smart glasses can be made with a Lemoptix module to project tactical information on the wearer's eyeglasses. Source: Lemoptix

- R. Colin Johnson
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